Does an adoption supersede a guardianship?

Answer Yes. If someone is lawfully adopted, they become the adoptees responsibility and previously appointed legal guardians are no longer necessary.

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Texas Guardianship Vs. Adoption?

While guardianship and adoption both concern the care and welfare of minor children, the differences between the two are many. Both are used to grant legal authority to care for a child to someone ... Read More »

Should a child have a choice between adoption and guardianship?

I agree with the choice of adoption or guardianship for children who can understand what the difference is, and what the implications are. If they're old enough to understand what the role of paren... Read More »

Is a guardianship legal if biological parents were not served with petition for guardianship?

Guardianship is legal when the judge says it is. An attempt must be made to serve the biological parents but if service is not possible for whatever reason an argument can be made to the judge to g... Read More »

Will two or more adoption financial assistance organizations work together on one adoption case so that all of the adoption costs are covered or is help limited to aid from one company per adoption?

No, you can only use one agency per adoption and I would recommend you do so.There are banks, however, that will work with the financial assistance organizations and can provide you low or no inter... Read More »